Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2017 12:17:53 -0400 From: Stiepan <stie@....swiss> To: "oss-security@...ts.openwall.com" <oss-security@...ts.openwall.com>, "857295@...s.debian.org" <857295@...s.debian.org> Cc: Stéphane Graber <stgraber@...ntu.com>, serge.hallyn@...ntu.com Subject: Re: LXC: CVE-2017-5985: lxc-user-nic didn't verify network namespace ownership You are welcome. As stated in my reply to Serge H. Hallyn's off-list message, in the meantime I have installed version 2.0.7 from jessie-backports and am unable to reproduce the issue, as I cannot start unprivileged containers anymore (due to a network error). According to Debian's tracker page for lxc, the version that I have installed from backports is 2.0.7-1, which does not include latest upstream fixes. I guess that I have to wait for the 2.0.7-2 package - which includes latest upstream fixes - to land in jessie-backports for these issues (both security and functional) to be fixed. CC-ing the Debian address for this bug, as they explicitly asked to do this in case there is a need to reopen the Debian bug, which seems to be the case here (at least, for Jessie, since the intermediary 2.0.7-1 .deb apparently breaks unprivileged networking, besides not fixing the security issue). To the Debian team in charge of this bug: As unprivileged mode is not activated by default on Debian, I understand that this is not a priority, but it would still be nice to have this fixed quickly. By the way, not directly related to this specific bug, but I hope that snapd + LXD somehow finds its way into jessie-backports: that would be great! Stiepan -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Re: [oss-security] LXC: CVE-2017-5985: lxc-user-nic didn't verify network namespace ownership Local Time: 14 March 2017 2:06 AM UTC Time: 14 March 2017 01:07 From: tyhicks@...onical.com To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com Stéphane Graber <stgraber@...ntu.com>, serge.hallyn@...ntu.com On 03/10/2017 06:03 AM, Stiepan wrote: > I don't know whether that is the same bug, or a related one, but on Debian8 using LXC from jessie-backports, setting the default route in a container affects the host - namely, from an unpriv. container, setting the route sets the host's route as well. > lxc-info --version outputs 2.0.6 and no update is currently available (on Debian). Thanks for the report. I just tried to reproduce the issue on Ubuntu 16.04 with 2.0.7-0ubuntu1~16.04.2, which is the package patched for the issue that I announced in this thread. I couldn't reproduce it. I then installed an old 2.0.6 based deb (2.0.6-0ubuntu1~ubuntu16.04.1) and still couldn't reproduce it. I'd suggest opening an upstream bug here: https://github.com/lxc/lxc/issues/new (Normally, they prefer private security bugs on Launchpad but your report to this list is already public so I don't see a need.) Tyler > Stiepan > > > > -------- Original Message -------- > Subject: [oss-security] LXC: CVE-2017-5985: lxc-user-nic didn't verify network namespace ownership > Local Time: 9 March 2017 5:54 PM > UTC Time: 9 March 2017 16:55 > From: tyhicks@...onical.com > To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com > Stéphane Graber <stgraber@...ntu.com> > > Jann Horn discovered that the lxc-user-nic program could be tricked into > operating on a network namespace over which the caller did not hold > privilege. > > The behavior didn't follow what was documented in the lxc-user-nic(1) > man page: > > It ensures that the calling user is privileged over the network > namespace to which the interface will be attached. > > This issue is CVE-2017-5985. > > https://lists.linuxcontainers.org/pipermail/lxc-users/2017-March/012925.html > https://launchpad.net/bugs/1654676 > https://github.com/lxc/lxc/commit/16af238036a5464ae8f2420ed3af214f0de875f9 > > Tyler >
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